Summer is now upon us! For most people, your mind drifts to thoughts of lounging at the pool with a cool drink. Definitely enjoy some leisure on your break but summer is also an opportunity to get ahead financially. Here are some simple things you and your kids can do.
In December of 2017, the most sweeping tax reform bill in nearly three decades was passed taking effect in 2018. Most of the information in the bill relates to businesses and corporations but this post will focus on how it relates to individuals and families.
On January 23rd, the market had climbed to 26,600+ after opening just a year prior in 2017 less than 20,000. Then, volatility spiked and the DOW Jones Industrial Average got down as a low as 24,190 on 2/7/18, around 2,500 point decline. This equates to around a 9% step backward in only about 2 weeks.
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Thoughts on identity theft and the recent Equifax hack
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If you read the Wall Street Journal, you'll see banner ads running across the top like a lot of websites. Normally, it's easy to ignore those but two popped up nearly back to back with such contradictory predictions that even the most hardened on line news connoisseur couldn't resist clicking on them. Here is how the first ad read:
As you are now aware, England, in a close vote, elected to leave the EU. Since the markets in the preceding days rallied in anticipation of a “remain” vote, there has been a pretty significant sell off at this point in the trading day.